• Taylor Marsh is a racist pig. If Hitler came to power today, she'd get behind him solidly.

  • Ummmm..

    No. You're 100% right. There is absolutely no correlation between primary wins and general election performance.

    But I'm adopting the Clinton campaign's MORON RETARD logic for a second and playing their game with their rules.

  • on a comment on Buyer's Remorse Setting In over 6 years ago

    yes but do any votes actually even count besides white illiterate racist inbread voters from rust belt states?

    I mean...aren't they the folks who deserve to decide our primary?

  • on a comment on Buyer's Remorse Setting In over 6 years ago

    You are telling the truth!

    Asian Americans are all reading your MyDD comment and they are all behind you. They hate that black guy Obama and they all want to support Hillary.

    Thanks for the info. You are totally not a horrible person.

  • on a comment on Buyer's Remorse Setting In over 6 years ago

    "Hillary has received more Democratic votes in the primaries, correct?"

    Hmmm. Possibly. Your theory is a bit undermined by the fact that Obama crushed her in almost every caucus.

    You see: caucuses tend to have only democrats...in fact, they tend to have only the most committed democrats.

    So...you're argument is stupid.

  • Wait...I don't get it.

    Is Obama an unelectable creature of the far left, as you asserted in another diary?

    Or is he a GOP sellout?

  • comment on a post Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems over 6 years ago

    2006:
    Virginia: Obama won
    Missouri: Obama won
    Montana: Obama favored
    Ohio: Hillary won

    2008 top red state races:
    Alaska: Obama won
    Mississippi: Obama won
    Texas: Split
    Louisiana: Obama won
    Virginia: Obama won
    New Mexico: Hillary barely won
    Colorado: Obama won
    North Carolina: Obama won
    Nebraska: Obama won - will probably seriously contest 1-2 CD in 2008

    That's Obama 10, Hillary 2, Tie 1

  • on a comment on If I was a Republican over 6 years ago

    Ask anyone in Mass? Huh?

    Look. Just because no one has discussed Hillary's unelectability for a while (since frankly, it's irrelevant) doesn't mean that she's not one of the most hated national figures in a generation (Bush, Gingrich, Nixon, Cheney, then Hillary).

    She's horribly unelectable. She can't connect with voters on the emotional level (like Bill), so she's basically Al Gore/John Kerry part 3.

  • on a comment on If I was a Republican over 6 years ago

    Harold Ford was not better than Ben Nelson. Nelson is a LOYAL Democrat who happens to live in a really red state.

    Ford is part of the "the left is hurting me because they're to anti-war!" wing of the party.

  • on a comment on If I was a Republican over 6 years ago

    Unlike you, some of us don't hang on every word of political consultants who appear on CNN.

    Some of us vote for Democratic policy over Republican policy.

  • on a comment on If I was a Republican over 6 years ago

    The party of 1992 lost about 12 senate seats and 100 house seats.

    The party of 1996 let his personal problems destroy the Democratic brand.

    The party of 2000 lost an easy election against a moron.

    The party of 2004 lost again, but out of the ashes of that loss was born a new movement that took back Congress in 2006 and now will help Obama win in 2008 with new tactics, not the fossilized DLC rhetoric (which I supported in the 1990s, by the way, when it was appropriate).

    The DLC was all about playing defense during a time of Conservative power. Now we're on offense. Go back to the 90s.

  • comment on a post Shh! You're scaring the Normals! over 6 years ago

    great post. As an Obama supporter, I find some of my own kind a bit embarassing too (witness the lady who yelled at BC yesterday - she said that Hillary had never tried to pass healthcare in 1993 - she made Obama supporters look like morons).

    It's all about sanity!

  • on a comment on Obama vs McCain - analysis over 6 years ago

    The NAFTA issue isn't terribly salient given that all parties involved deny that it ever happened. That's not to say people won't try to use it...but for a policy issue like this to be salient, it needs to be extremely credible.

    McCain will take an extreme pro-trade position anyway...you need to take a look at his position statements.

    RE: Florida - Hillary Clinton has pissed off the people of Florida by promising them what would never happen. If Obama loses Florida, history will not look kindly upon her disingenuous stunts over the last 3 months in Florida.

  • on a comment on Obama vs McCain - analysis over 6 years ago

    What makes you think we don't have about 3 October surprises for McCain?

    Our days of playing defense are over. I'm pretty sure we'll be hearing about cheating womanizing McCain in October, frankly.

  • on a comment on Obama vs McCain - analysis over 6 years ago

    Assuming about a 6-8 point national Obama win (that's the over-under, if we're talking vegas here):

    Florida will be tougher than most years (mainly because of older Jewish voters' unease with Obama, the Florida Democratic Party's decline, and older swing voter's tendency towards McCain), but I still see Obama winning a squeaker.

    Ohio and PA won't even be close. 10+ in PA for Obama, probably 6-8 in Ohio (the GOP is in disarray in Ohio).

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